Allis-Chalmers spurred imitators with production of its Model G rear-engine tractor, which was advertised as a “second tractor” on the farm.
By Robert N. Pripps
The Minneapolis-Moline UDLX Comfortractor was marketed to younger people to help keep them on the farm, but farmers never truly embraced it.
Remembering the Tri-Trac, a popular three-wheel, small-acreage farm tractor.
A couple who restored a U.S. Air Force tug tractor seek more information on their vehicle.
A 1928 Twin City 27-44 Road King that was used hard and left for dead undergoes a complete restoration.
Bigger and better tractors met the needs of the American farmer.
A homemade tractor and wagon pull their weight on an Iowa farm.
An old 1958 Farmall 130 handed down from a father finds a new home and restoration.
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